It once had a bridge, first in Sydney, over the Tank Stream, which is now under Pitt St.
It’s a very old street.
> On 1 May 2021, at 11:23 am, David McLoughlin mcloughlin.dj@...> wrote:
> Tony P wrote:
> > Of course, it has its historical precedent when trams used to terminate at Bridge St during the 19th century and there was a walk up or down hill to get to and from the ferries.
> Which prompts me to ask, was it always called Bridge Street? Or did it have some other name before it became an access road to the bridge?
> david mcloughlin, New Zealand
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